Google Translate And Culture Come Together With #EveryoneSpeaksFood Pop-Up
The tech firm partnered with production company m ss ng p eces to celebrate the 'universal language' of eating
For all its cultural intricacies and unifying capabilities, language is still as dividing on a global scale as it is uniting on a regional one. Its for that reason that Google Translate and all its non-Google counterparts are necessary when interacting with foreign people and websites. To celebrate the ethnic blending of food, what many consider a ‘universal language,’ Google partnered with new wave production and entertainment company m ss ng p eces to create a five-night pop-up restaurant Small World, captured by director Josh Nussbaum’s vibrant short #EveryoneSpeaksFood.
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